New York Giants vs Tennessee Titans

September 11 sees Big Blue make the journey south to challenge the physicality of Derrick Henry and Co. at the Nissan Stadium. Expectation is high in New York Giants after changes in GM and HC during the off-season, with all eyes on Daniel Jones in what could be his final season in the Big Apple.

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Giants vs Titans Highlights

On the back of a second successive divisional championship, the Tennessee Titans welcome a fully-fit Derrick Henry back to regular season football, having missed 9 games of the 2021 season with a broken foot sustained against the Colts. Those looking to bet on NFL games might look to Derrick Henry to exceed 100 yards, with the Giants’ defense finishing 24th against the run last year. The acquisition of Robert Woods adds experience to a receiving corps that looked depleted after the loss of AJ Brown, with Ryan Tannehill and first-round pick Malik Willis offering a mixture of youth and experience at QB.

The Giants have not been able to boast the same regular season success in recent years, but confidence in East Rutherhood is high with a number of new faces on both defense and offense. Kayvon Thibodeaux enters the league as one of the most exciting young talents of the draft, adding much-needed pressure to the Giants’ D, whilst the addition of Evan Neal to the offensive line looks to further strengthen a longstanding weakness in the Giants’ camp.

Tennessee Titans vs New York Giants has not been kind to the visitors historically, with the Giants only claiming 1 victory over the last 25 years and 7 fixtures. NFL betting odds seem to be in favor of the home team, but so much will depend on the consistency of New York in stopping the run.

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